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  1. 1[21]: Darnell Savage [S; Maryland]

    We could use some vet leadership on the back end. Tramon ability to play both CB and S is useful too. I’m thinking they are going to find a role for him.
  2. 1[21]: Darnell Savage [S; Maryland]

    Packers must feel that the Turner signing and Cole Madison showing up for mini camp gives them the depth fill starting RG and cover for any injuries. also, even though he hasn’t lived up to his draft status, Spriggs has improved and was playing decent football before he got hurt (again)...
  3. 1[12]: Rashan Gary [EDGE; Michigan]

    He’s the fourth option only because we went out and signed two very good starters. In today’s game, keeping fresh pass rushers on the field is critical- you are going to play a lot as EDGE #4 in a Mike Pettine defense, particularly if you have the flexibility to kick inside (to get more rushers on field on 3rd down). Who knows if Gary works out or not, but if he does, the packers got a huge value at 12.
  4. 2019 Free Agent Discussion

    LOL we aren’t getting Earl Thomas...
  5. Dee Ford

    The original point made in this thread is that Dee Ford only had a “monster” season in a contract year. He had 10 sacks in 2016. And yes, while Adams 2016 season was good, a 997 yard, 75 catch season is NOT a monster year, and is probably pretty close to Dee Ford’s 10 sack season.
  6. Dee Ford

    2017 was his contract year. 2016 he was not a “big producer”- he didn’t even have 1000 yards.
  7. Dee Ford

    If we never gave players contract extensions because they hadn’t produced monster numbers prior to a contract year, we would have never resigned Davonte Adams. Some players just take longer to hit their stride.
  8. Conference Championship Games

    The math tells you to go for it there. Even if you are stopped, the field position you would likely receive with a stop gives you a chance to win or tie.
  9. Divisional Playoff Round

    I know that in reality it probably doesn’t matter much, but I really would prefer pick 28 to 32...
  10. Leisher's 2019 Mock draft 1-10-19, #300?

    White is NOT just a “thumper” ILB... he is a legit sideline to sideline player that can play coverage and is most comparable to Roquan Smith. Blake is a nice player, but he’s not on White’s level.
  11. packers selcet mAtt leFleUr as head coah

    The Bears made it to a super bowl and an NFC title game in MM’s first five years. Lions won more than 6 games once in Sherman’s era, vs seven times in the MM era (MM was 18-7 vs the Lions, by the way). They were far from the doormat you make them out to be. The Vikings have gone to two NFC title games and have had five losing seasons in the MM era. The NFC North wasn’t murderers row during the MM era, but there has consistently been playoff caliber competition. Everybody wants to emulate the Patriots... take a look at their AFC East counterparts over the last 20 years. It’s pretty much three complete dumpster fires... must be nice to effectively start every season 6-0 and fast tracked for a bye. MM never had that luxury.
  12. packers selcet mAtt leFleUr as head coah

    The Sherman era division was MUCH easier than what MM had to deal with. All Sherman had to fend off most years was a 9-7ish vikes team. Lions were dregs of the league and the bears rose up once to take the division.
  13. packers selcet mAtt leFleUr as head coah

    My guess is left over hate from the Favre fiasco. Many never got over how it was handled. The guy could win 10 Super Bowls and people would still complain about him.
  14. packers selcet mAtt leFleUr as head coah

    I was about to say... you were basically spot on. Great call!
  15. packers selcet mAtt leFleUr as head coah

    Not if he knocked their socks off and they were worried about somebody else snapping him up first.
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